Battery-powered pencil sharpener that sharpens crayons wonderfully.
Large, sharp blades built to last over 8,000 uses. Battery power allows for portability alongside power. Large chamber means less cartridge-emptying. Three sharpness settings allow for complete control.
Crayons require extra cleanup/maintenance. Some reports of quick burnout.
Bargain, name-brand manual sharpener that holds a point without need for expensive bells and whistles.
Simple to use with straightforward functionality. Screw-on chamber stays together. Six-pack makes up for lower durability. Separate holes for pens and pencils.
Some buyers report shoddy durability. Others complain about dull tips on pencils.
The 3-hole, 2-chamber manual design makes for easy mixed-media sharpening without contaminating pencils with crayon wax.
Snap-design allows for portability with better performance and longer shelf-life. Works well with kids' crayons and professional art supplies alike. Brand name synonymous with industry quality.
Chambers fill up rather quickly. May struggle with softer wax.
Heavy-duty, versatile electric sharpener for artists, hobbyists, and children alike.
Powerful motor sharpens crayons in no time, while roomy chamber collects several dozen uses without the need for constant emptying. Ideal for classrooms and large families.
Some buyers complain about loose blades falling out in chamber immediately.
Simple and durable manual sharpener with 2 holes for pencils and crayons.
No-frills manual sharpener with small but surprisingly robust chamber that should last young students all day in the classroom. Favorite among students and teachers who value simplicity over frills.
Complaints of fragile casing when dropped and broken pencils on sharpening.
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